Chairman of the Shopping retail chain Cool-Mart, Andrew Cordle is the United States wealthiest citizen. Born in 1950, he studied business administration in the University of Arkansas, and later received a doctorate from New York’s Colombia University School of Law. Later, he joined the law firm responsible for representing his Family Business, and gradually joined Coolmart, for which he became the Chairman after his father’s death.
With Andrew’s vision Coolmart’s benefit comes from sales of worth $1billion, and employs around 2500 people across 28 countries. A trust was set up in 1980, which divided the ownership of CoolMart’s investments among the three siblings of Andrew Cordle. Lean and 5 feet tall with close cross hair, Andrew Cordle now turned 72, and always seemed destined to follow his father’s markings. Andrew is married thrice, and has four children. Andrew lives a low profile life, and it’s hard to find them in press or any signs of their wealth.